Networking Community Meetings
Please register for each meeting below you would like to join. Networking Community Meetings do not require a registration to the full conference. If you are not registered for the full conference all Networking Community Meetings can be accessed HERE (This page will be updated in advance of the event with the link to access Networking Community Meetings in conjunction with Innovative Curriculum Conference). Please select “Networking Community Meeting Attendee” and then “Join Event”. You will be able to log in when the Networking Community Meetings take place.
Please note that unless you are registered for the Innovative Curriculum Conference, you will not have access to any conference sessions including keynote presentations and speed networking. Those registered for the conference will receive a link to access all conference sessions, including Networking Community Meetings.
Monday, March 8, 2021
8:45 a.m. – 9:40 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Technology in Business Schools Roundtable Affinity Group Meeting
Members of the Technology in Business Schools Roundtable (TBSr) are in a technology leadership position within their business or management school, or are the central IT leader responsible for their institution's business or management school.
Kevin Bailey, Asst. Dean, Marketing/Communications and CIO, Whitman School of Management Syracuse University
Women Administrators In Management Education Affinity Group
The WAME Affinity Group includes female deans, associate deans, assistant deans, program directors, center directors, and academic department chairs.
Rowena Ortiz- Walters, Dean, State University of New York College at Plattsburgh
Joyce Russell, The Helen and William O'Toole Dean, Villanova University
9:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Responsible Management Education
Addressing the global climate crisis in the curriculum is one way business schools can demonstrate the impact they have on society (AASCB Standard IX). This climate literacy workshop profiles a cutting-edge experiential learning curriculum that provides participants (students, community members, and employees) with the knowledge to tackle environmental and social issues and ways to cope with future challenges they will face as employees, managers, and citizens.
The Carbon Literacy Training developed by Nottingham Business School (Nottingham Trent University) in collaboration with the UN PRME Champions, Oikos International, and the Carbon Literacy Project, uses an experiential learning approach that highlights six dimensions:
1) The science behind the climate crisis
2) The impact different sectors such as food have on our climate and vice versa
3) Climate change mitigation tools for different disciplines/functions
4) Solutions with the highest impact
5) Strategies and skills for communicating and/or teaching climate actions
6) Personal possibilities to take action privately and in future roles
Dr. Petra Molthan-Hill
Professor of Sustainable Management and Education for Sustainable Development
Academic Lead for UN PRME in NBS
Co-Chair UN PRME Working Group on Climate Change & the Environment
Living Lab, Business Partnerships, & Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
Professor Petra Molthan-Hill
Rajul Singh, Professor, Sustainable Business Management, Conestoga College, Canada
Responsible Leadership & Competencies:
Rafael Alejandro Piñeros Espinosa, Professor, Universidad del Rosario, Columbia
Aldilla Dharmasasmita, Doctoral Candidate, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK
Frank Goeddeke, Senior Lecturer, Wayne State University, USA
SDGs & Sustainability Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Resources:
Jennifer Leigh, Professor of Management, Nazareth College, USA
Meredith Storey, Education Manager; UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network - SDG Academy, USA
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Online Learning Affinity Group
The Online Learning Affinity Group aims to be a highly participative forum for sharing ideas and expertise on various issues and topics in online and blended learning. In this session, we will host a facilitated discussion on topics of teaching with technology, student engagement, and planning the curriculum and course design to support learning. Come to this session prepared to share your practices, questions, and challenges with the group.
Breakout Session Facilitators:
Tawnya Means, Assistant Dean and Director, Teaching and Learning Center, College of Business, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Renee Ford, Instructional Designer, Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania State University
Lucian Tipi, Head of Teaching and Learning Enhancement, Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University